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Holidays in Capilano Suspension Bridge
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Capilano Suspension Bridge which includes forests, a suspension bridge or treetop walkway and landscape views
Exhilarating walkways with stunning views of nature at its finest, make this one of Vancouver's most visited attractions, just minutes away from the city.

Trek through the treetops at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park where you can cross the forest on a narrow 137-metre long suspended walkway, a test of nerves 70 metres above the rushing waters of the Capilano River.

Built by Scottish civil engineer George Grant Mackay in 1889, the first bridge here was made of hemp ropes with a cedar plank deck, granting rickety access to this forestland. Since then, the bridge had been completely rebuilt using steel cables strong enough to hold the weight of around 1300 people.

The park also features Treetops Adventure, a web of walkways built around the mid-section of 1300-year old Douglas firs, offering visitors a squirrel's eye view of the magnificent trees from as high as 30 metres above the forest floor. Its newest attraction, Cliffwalk, snakes around a granite cliff, taking you on a nerve-tingling journey through rainforest vegetation while your eyes feast on aerial views of the canyon below. Peer at the tops of trees just centimetres below your feet through glass panels built into the walkway floor at some of the highest elevations.

When you've had your fill of jaw-dropping views from the top, climb back down for the park's other interesting ground-based activities. Take a guided tour through the rainforest, or discover more about the indigenous people and their connection with the region at the First Nations Cultural Centre. Adding a colourful history to Capilano is the Totem Park, featuring a collection of story poles dating back to the 1930s when Mac MacEachran invited local First Nations to place their story poles there. The poles have been well-maintained in their original condition ever since.

There’s plenty of parking at Capilano Park, while a free shuttle services many hotels and locations throughout Vancouver.

Exhilarating walkways with stunning views of nature at its finest, make this one of Vancouver's most visited attractions, just minutes away from the city.

Trek through the treetops at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park where you can cross the forest on a narrow 137-metre long suspended walkway, a test of nerves 70 metres above the rushing waters of the Capilano River.

Built by Scottish civil engineer George Grant Mackay in 1889, the first bridge here was made of hemp ropes with a cedar plank deck, granting rickety access to this forestland. Since then, the bridge had been completely rebuilt using steel cables strong enough to hold the weight of around 1300 people.

The park also features Treetops Adventure, a web of walkways built around the mid-section of 1300-year old Douglas firs, offering visitors a squirrel's eye view of the magnificent trees from as high as 30 metres above the forest floor. Its newest attraction, Cliffwalk, snakes around a granite cliff, taking you on a nerve-tingling journey through rainforest vegetation while your eyes feast on aerial views of the canyon below. Peer at the tops of trees just centimetres below your feet through glass panels built into the walkway floor at some of the highest elevations.

When you've had your fill of jaw-dropping views from the top, climb back down for the park's other interesting ground-based activities. Take a guided tour through the rainforest, or discover more about the indigenous people and their connection with the region at the First Nations Cultural Center. Adding a colourful history to Capilano is the Totem Park, featuring a collection of story poles dating back to the 1930s when Mac MacEachran invited local First Nations to place their story poles there. The poles have been well-maintained in their original condition ever since.

There’s plenty of parking at Capilano Park, while a free shuttle services many hotels and locations throughout Vancouver.

1337 Cheap Hotels Near Capilano Suspension Bridge

ThistleDown House
ThistleDown House
4 out of 5
3910 Capilano Road, District of North Vancouver, BC
Located in Edgemont, this romantic bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Capilano River Regional Park and Capilano Suspension Bridge. Park Royal and Grouse ...
4.8/5Exceptional! (165 reviews)
Great B&B experience
"We enjoyed our stay -- comfy bed with nice linens, very clean, elegant breakfast, and great location. Although it is not an isolated home (neighbors are close), once inside it feels very cozy and relaxing. Short walk to Capilano suspension bridge and short drive (5 mins) up to Grouse Mountain. We ..."

Reviewed on 7 Mar. 2020

ThistleDown House
Capilano Forest Little House
Capilano Forest Little House
3.5 out of 5
4356 Capilano Rd, District of North Vancouver, BC
Located in Canyon Heights, this guesthouse is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Capilano Suspension Bridge and 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Grouse Mountain. Park Royal and Capilano ...
2.5/5 (22 reviews)
Terrible Accommodation
"It was a disgrace. Mould in the bathroom, old soap & hair in the bathroom. No cups to have a coffee. Couldn’t get the TV to work. The sheets were questionable. We paid for 2 nights but only stayed 1. It was over priced. We felt totally ripped off. This accommodation should not be part of ..."

Reviewed on 6 Oct. 2019

Capilano Forest Little House
Welcome to "haven" in Edgemont Village Where "berry the Bear" Lives
Welcome to "haven" in Edgemont Village Where "berry the Bear" Lives
3035 Crescentview Dr, District of North Vancouver, BC
Located in Edgemont, this holiday home is within 3 miles (5 km) of Capilano Suspension Bridge, Lonsdale Quay Market and Grouse Mountain. Capilano Mall and Park ...
5/5Exceptional! (1 review)
A rare and perfect get-away
"This suite is private, clean and cozy. Well furnished, with a very comfortable bed, and fully equipped kitchen. In a quiet residential neighbourhood., walking distance to 'the village' for all amenities. The hosts are caring and friendly, never intrusive. A great home-away from home."

Reviewed on 31 Jan. 2021

Welcome to "haven" in Edgemont Village Where "berry the Bear" Lives
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